Go Volunteer Africa is striving to enhance understanding and awareness of the diverse world to the children and youth of Kenya through arts and music project. Go Volunteer Africa is offering meaningful volunteering opportunities in Kenya for arts lovers and this project will give you an opportunity to spend your vacation teaching music, dance, drama or teaching arts.
If you are passionate about music, dance and drama, then consider sharing your talents on a volunteer project in Kenya. Share your passion, talent, creativity for music, dance and drama by volunteering with young people in Kenya. With Go Volunteer Africa, you’ll be able to positively impact local communities in Kenya while immersing yourself in the vibrant local cultures.
- Contribute your musical expertise to children in a community with great needs
- Build relationships with local Kenyans and other volunteers
- Explore one of the most beautiful countries on the planet with our volunteer travel support
- Immerse yourself in the diverse culture of one of East Africa’s most interesting and thrilling countries
You could be using arts and music as a therapy to help children and youth who are abused and under stress or teach music and dance to children and youth to help them develop their awareness and appreciation of music, and learn how to play a musical instruments. Grow personally and artistically as you help empower local communities in this beautiful country!
You can join our Kenya Arts and Music volunteering project in Nairobi or Kakamega. Both project sites offer a very meaningful volunteer experience.
Kakamega: is a town in western Kenya lying about 30 km north of the Equator. It is the headquarters of Kakamega County that has a population of 1,867,579 (2019 census). Kakamega is 52 km north of Kisumu city, the third largest city in Kenya and a port city on Lake Victoria. Kakamega county is Kenya’s second most populous county after Nairobi.
Nairobi: is the capital and the largest city of Kenya. The name comes from the Maasai phrase Enkare Nairobi, which translates to “cool water”, a reference to the Nairobi River which flows through the city. The city proper had a population of 4,397,073 in the 2019 census, while the metropolitan area has a population of 9,354,580. The city is popularly referred to as the Green City in the Sun.
ARRIVAL & AIRPORT PICKUP:
Depending on the project you choose, After you have booked and confirmed your placement, please book your flights to arrive at either Kisumu International Airport in Kisumu City for Kakamega project site or Jomo Kenyatta Internationa Airport in Nairobi City for Nairobi Project. A member of staff from our local partner organization will meet you on arrival at Airport. These airport services numerous international carriers. Kenya has good connections to destinations throughout Europe, the Asia- Pacific region, USA and Africa.
Orientation and Placement will be done the next day. The volunteer guest house or host family will be your base for volunteering while living in Kenya.
Volunteers interested in teaching performing Arts and music in Kenya, can participate in the project during their summer vacation, gap year or career break, or just as a volunteering vacation. This is a great opportunity to learn about music, drama, art and dance in different cultures and languages and be inspired!
Go Volunteer Africa has setup this project at local children and youth centres across Kenya. We also collaborate with schools in the local areas. A volunteer in this project can choose to combine this project with another volunteer project, like teaching, games and sports or get involved in community social services projects.
You can teach children various instruments like the piano, cello and guitar etc. The children are aged between 8 and 19. It is therefore important that volunteers be enthusiastic about music and able to inspire the children to develop both theoretical and practical musical knowledge and skills.
Through this Kenya arts and music volunteer project, a volunteer can utilize arts to address social issues and enable children to express their frustrations and confusions – and perhaps help them to understand and learn to cope with unwelcome situations. Art, Dance, Music or Drama help teach children life skills, communication and socializing skills. And it’s fun!
Volunteering at this music and dance volunteer project in Kenya will offer you a way to empower others and yourself. You will truly help people unleash their talents, realize dreams, and/or give them a hobby to enjoy for a lifetime.
|Availability:||Project open all year round|
|Duration:||Minimum 2 weeks commitment|
|Age Limits:||Minimum 18yrs or older for solo travelers.|
|Minimum Age:||6 to 17 yrs if traveling with parent/guardian|
|Dates:||Flexible start and end dates|
|Arrival dates:||One day before the start date|
|Airport Arrival:||Airport pickup, meet and greet by GVA partner representative|
|Working Days:||Monday – Friday – 5 days a week, 3-5 hours in a day|
|Weekends:||Travel / Sightseeing NOT included in program cost|
|Accommodation:||Host Family or volunteer house|
|Meals:||Breakfast, lunch and dinner daily|
|Support:||Pre-departure guide, In-country staff available 24/7|
|Location:||Nairobi or Kakamega|
PROGRAM FEE: (USD$)
APPLICATION & PLACEMENT BOOKING FEE:
Please Note: An application and placement booking fee of $180 is charged over and above the program fee as an application payment to secure your placement.
The fee covers: Administration Costs, Placement Booking & Confirmation, Pre-departure support & documentation, 24-hour international HQ back-up. Have an inquiry? Contact Us